JC All-American enjoys Louisville visit

Scout.com four-star defensive back prospect Woodny Turenne has been one of the hottest targets in the nation this year and has collected over 30 scholarship offers. The Junior College All-American talked with InsideTheVille.com about his trip to see the Cardinal program over the weekend.

With a written scholarship offer that reaches beyond thirty, College of Sequoias defensive back Woodny Turenne had his pick of schools to choose from when he began scheduling his official visits. However, prospects only receive five such trips and the Scout.com four-star prospect singled out Florida, Louisville, Washington State and Miami.

"I had a good visit," the soft-spoken Turenne told InsideTheVille.com about his time in Louisville over the weekend. "It was a little bit more then I expected."

During his time in Louisville, Turenne attended the in-state rivalry basketball game in Freedom Hall, spent time visiting with players and coaches and watched the Cardinals practice for the January 2 Orange Bowl against ACC Champion Wake Forest.

Considered a heavy Florida lean for weeks, Turenne explained that those remaining under consideration all even.

"Florida is still up there, but they all are, so I don't know right now," said Turenne, who is also considering Ole Miss and USC. "I won't know until after I take my last visit."

His last official visit will keep the Florida native in his home state.

"Miami wants me to come visit January 19," said Turenne, who added that he'll make a decision next month. "I'll figure it out after my UM visit."

Turenne is scheduled to graduate this spring.


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